BBC Gardeners’ World Live showcasing Wilkinson Sword tools

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Visitors to this year?s BBC Gardeners? World Live will be treated to a fantastic display of cutting-edge gardening tools of premium quality and performance at the Wilkinson Sword stand (G292). The stand will be showcase the brands extensive range of products, including all of the latest in gardening and cutting tools, developed as a result of 100 years in the business.

Certain to be of particular interest is the new Garden Multi-Tool, which features a selection of different useful heads. These include a bypass pruner; a straight knife; a stem stripper and a wood saw so it perfectly accommodates various needs of the home gardener.

The user-friendly design means accessing the tool heads is very quick and easy, as the ergonomic handle design provides comfort and control, combined with a smooth opening action for ease of use. Durable, sturdy and stylish, the Garden Multi-Tool is fabricated from black anodised aluminium and stainless steel and weighs a mere 250gm. When closed, it compacts down to just 13cm x 4.5cm x 2cm, a perfect fit for trouser and jacket pockets alike.

The Garden Multi-Tool was designed with gardeners in mind so it also features a lanyard ring that that allows convenient attachment to belts and clothing for easy access when out in the garden and a safety lock for when not in use.

The Garden Multi-Tool retails at ?19.99.

Also on display at the show will be the entire carbon Steel range, consisting of 15 products, five of which are hand tools and the remaining 10 are long handled. The range is led by the digging spade and fork which have an extra-long socket and double rivets reinforcing the shaft in place to withstand the challenges of robust gardening. The two spades have tread plates to ensure secure foot placement, ideal for digging into harder ground.

Durability is at the heart of the products? design, to meet the strains of a busy gardener and to deliver the performance expected of Wilkinson Sword.? All products feature the high-quality carbon steel heads, providing strength and performance for all tasks. A hard-wearing green epoxy resin coating adds durability and the heads on all the products are riveted securely in place with long sockets. They all feature the soft grip natural wooden handles that makes the range so popular.

Visit Wilkinson Sword at stand G292.

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